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Digital signage accessorises with geo-locator bracelets

25 Feb 2016

Geo-locator bracelets, real time mobile-to-screen connectivity and gaze-tracking technology are among the innovative digital signage solutions which digital signage company iGotcha Media and LG will debut next week in Toronto.

The long-term digital signage partners will exhibit jointly at the upcoming Canadian digital marketing and retail conference, DX3.

Also on show will be a video wall comprising four LG 49-inch Direct LED LCD monitors and radio frequency identification.

Renaud Smith, LG Electronics Canada sales manager, Eastern region, says the virtually seamless bezel Direct LED LCD video walls ‘will provide an incredible visual experience’.

Montreal-based iGotcha offers turnkey digital signage solutions that include hardware, software, installation, content development, application development, custom network integration and network management.

Greg Adelstein, iGotcha Media president, says LG provides the LED LCD monitors used in many of the company’s applications.

The company’s will also be showcasing applications tailored to limited-time events and permanent installations, integrated by iGotcha and running on LG hardware, at DX, along with wayfinding solutions. 

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